Leaky Black Is To Return For The Fifth Season. 


Officially, Leaky Black will use his additional year of eligibility to return to the UNC basketball program. 

Leaky Black has not parted ways with the UNC basketball program yet. Black announced that he will use his additional year of eligibility to return to North Carolina for the 2022-2023 season on social media. 

Initially, it was easy to see why Black may elect to come back. After the Tar Heels’ impressive NCAA Tournament run, the program’s loss in the national title game added more confidence for the standout players to come back for a redemption tour. Armando Bacot got the play as he stated that he would return for his senior season this week. Black has followed suit, becoming the latest Tar Heel to express that they will officially stick around for another season. 

It is important news for the UNC basketball program, as they’ll return one of the best defensive players in the entire country. Black indeed came to form during the 2021-2022 season, as he locked down some top-scoring threats in the whole region. Black defensively played well, but he also improved as an attacking player. Although he was never the team’s best scorer, Black showed the ability to knock down key buckets when his team most badly needed it. 

Black has always been regarded as a “jack of all trades” and will use his additional year of eligibility to continue improving the skills he already brings to the table. His announcement also clarifies the Tar Heels roster for next season, as the team has the possibility of returning four starters.


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